Unboxing Creepy Crate’s Biggest Box Yet!

    It’s the creepiest season of the year…

    We searched our dark hearts, racked our twisted minds, and called on a few of our spookiest friends to make this Creepy Crate the scariest yet (retail value: $86+).

    Keep reading to inspect the ghoulish goods. Missed out on this month’s shipment? We still have a limited number of crates left—so order now.

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    1. “Ouija Board” T-shirt ($20)

    Some spirits should stay on the other side of the veil. This Creepy Crate-exclusive tee was inspired by our readers’ true stories of terrifying Ouija board experiences.

    2. Who Killed Richard Carter? ($20)

    Reuben Collier’s uncle was brutally murdered in 1967—and he needs your help in revealing the killer. Enclosed are all the clues you’ll need. Do you have what it takes to crack the case? Test your wits with this original immersive mystery, created by the Creepy Crate team!

    3. “Crime All the Time” Pen ($2)

    True crime TV network Oxygen provided this killer writing instrument for jotting down your most demented thoughts.

    4. Twilight Hotel Horror Comic Book ($3.99)

    This terrifying comic is the first in a four-volume series about the deadly Twilight Hotel. Written by Ra X and illustrated by Michael Aryn, the gruesome tale is sure to haunt your dreams. Go to kickstarter.com to read more about this exciting new horror series—and help fund future nightmares!

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    5. “Welcome to My Murder House” Coaster Set ($10)

    Won’t you stay for a drink?  Welcome guests into your home (or send them running from it) with these serial killer coasters, boasting images of H. H. Holmes and Belle Gunness.

    6. “Sometimes Dead is Better” Print ($15)

    Ponder Stephen King’s words of wisdom from his classic Pet Sematary with this one-of-a-kind art print hanging on your wall.

    7. Gummy Body Parts Candy ($2)

    Morbid gourmands will love snacking on chewy, fruit-flavored brains, feet, fingers, ears, and eyeballs.

    8. Buried Dreams, by Tim Cahill ($7.99)

    Peer into the dark life of John Wayne Gacy—from his abusive childhood to his serial murder spree—in Tim Cahill’s chilling study, based on four years of investigative reporting.

    9. The Sopaths, by Piers Anthony ($5.99)

    Born without souls, sopaths are children who lie, cheat, and murder to get what they want. Author Piers Anthony conjures a terrifying vision of “man’s inhumanity to man” in this tale, inspired by real-life events.GOLDEN TICKET: One lucky subscriber won two tickets to a paranormal experience hosted by Ghost City Tours!

    What are people saying about Creepy Crate #4? Check out Richard's Book Nook review below!

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